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Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th June - oh so so nice to have a couple of rest days. Not just because it means I get to re-charge my batteries but it means I don't have to spend too much time writing my blog. I am always lost for words and never really know how to describe the experiences and the beautiful sights we have seen. We have had such a great time in Scotland visiting Ross's Scottish family ...
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So we set off the day after tomorrow, getting pretty exciting and real! Today is D-day in terms of getting stuff done!
The list consists of; Packing, procrastinating, little more packing and I'm sure some more messing around! Victoria has a trip to make to the centre which will no doubt be incredibly exciting... The trip is ...
... even driven outside of South Australia, but after i got used to the weird clutch I have been ok. We've booked a room for 2 nights in Inverness and have already seen some amazing sights. Soon we will be driving past Loch Ness, which is a place I've ALWAYS wanted to go to! More pics to come. Hopefully I will spot Nessie. Currently we are sitting in a small pub while Matt drinks a Guinness and i drink a coffee. Tata for ...
... look around and get some throat lozenges for me and look at the markets, shops and old buildings. Matt's hoping to go to Park Head, home of the Celtic Football club today as well. The sun is shining, there isn't a cloud in the sky. Honestly, I don't know why the Irish and Scottish people all whine about the cold weather - we haven't seen a single day of cold weather yet! We keep hearing the same old saying, "This weather is so ...
... market, hence the name "Thieves Rd". Cauldstane Slap also marks the county boundary between the Scottish Borders and West Lothian. Through the saddle and there was an enormous change in the scenery, from moorland, which felt more like the Highlands as you walked through it, to peaty, grassland with bog cotton and plenty of spongy moss. We headed downhill looking out over Harperrig Reservoir walking parallel to BaadPark Burn. The terrain was soft, damp and grassy, the walking ...